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Trubisky is worth stashing for Week 5 to wait out and see

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1 week 6 days ago #20405 by zhangzk
Quarterbacks:Mitchell Trubisky Baltimore Ravens Hats , Chicago BearsWeek 4 Stats: 356 Passing YDS, 6 TD, 53 Rushing YDS, 43.5 PTSAvailable in 80.6 % of leaguesDespite being on a bye in Week 5, the top scoring option from Sunday is a must add. Mitchell Trubisky aired out for 5 scores in the first half alone, topping out at 6 in the Bears’ drubbing of the Buccaneers. While I truly believe this to be a fluke outing for the former Tar Heel, up his best career performance to date.Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY SportsDerek Carr, Oakland RaidersWeek 4 Stats: 437 Passing YDS, 4 TD, 2 INT, 31.6 PTSAvailable in 79.6 % of leaguesAs topsy-turvy as the Raiders’ offense has been to start the Jon Gruden era, there has been one stable factor: Derek Carr. Despite the high turnover number, Carr has thrown for at least 288 yards in every game this season, scoring at least 13 FPTS in 75% of their games. Carr is averaging 20.23 FPTS over the past three games. If you're nervous about Russell Wilson this week against the Rams, hesitant about Patrick Mahomes vs. the Jaguars, or have your starter on a bye, I’ve liked what I've seen out of Carr.Kyle Terada-USA TODAY SportsRunning Backs:Nyheim Hines, Indianapolis ColtsWeek 4 Stats: 10 Rushing YDS, 9 Receptions Baltimore Ravens Hoodie , 63 Receiving YDS, 2 Receiving TD, 28.3 PTSAvailable in 84.5 % of leaguesAfter going absolutely berserk in their overtime loss to the Texans on Sunday afternoon, Frank Reich had to have liked what he saw out of his young halfback. Nyheim Hines was electric. Albeit not a large factor on the ground, he was everywhere as a pass-catching option. With the injury to T.Y. Hilton that may keep him sidelined for Thursday Night Football, I’m very intrigued to see how they utilize Andrew Luck’s new weapon.Jeff Curry-USA TODAY SportsMike Davis, Seattle SeahawksWeek 4 Stats: 101 Rushing YDS, 2 Rushing TD, 4 Receptions, 23 Receiving YDS, 28.4 PTSAvailable in 99.9 % of leaguesWho saw this coming? Pete Carroll apparently. With the last-minute deactivation of Chris Carson against the Cardinals, most fantasy owners assumed Rashard Penny would get the lion-share of the touches against a disappointing Arizona D, that didn't happen. Mike Davis explodes for over a hundred yards on the ground and two scores. While Carson is expected to be back this week against the Rams, it is clearly apparent that Davis, not Penny, is the Seahawks handcuff you want to roster.Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY SportsWide Receivers:Keke Coutee, Houston TexansWeek 4 Stats: 11 Receptions, 109 Receiving YDS, 21.7 PTSAvailable in 99.6 % of leaguesDeshaun Watson loves him. Keke Coutee made history in his NFL debut Sunday against the Colts Cheap Customized Baltimore Ravens Jerseys , recording the most receptions by a player in their inaugural NFL game since the NFL-AFL merger. He is my number one flex pickup of the week and if Will Fuller IV misses any time, he needs to be started. Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY SportsDede Westbrook, Jacksonville JaguarsWeek 4 Stats: 9 Receptions, 130 Receiving YDS, 3 TD, 21.1 PTSAvailable in 87.6 % of leaguesThere are two Jacksonville Jaguars wideouts that have flashed fantasy potential this season. I’ve already gone into detail about Keelan Cole, so that leaves one of the most promising performers of Week 4, Dede Westbrook. Although I wouldn't start either of the two, he needs to be rostered in more than 12% of leagues. If Baker Bortles continues to air the ball out with Leonard Fournette injured, Westbrook’s stock will soar.Douglas DeFelice-USA TODAY Sports The Baltimore Ravens have not drafted well in the past several years. They have had a couple of big misses in the first-round, such as Breshad Perriman and Matt Elam, but the bigger story should be their horrible hit-rate on day two of the draft (rounds two and three). Of the 17 day two selections, only seven of them are still on the Ravens’ roster. However, Brandon Williams is the only day two selection since 2012 that is still in Baltimore and not playing under his rookie contract. The other six are Orlando Brown Jr., Mark Andrews, Tyus Bowser, Tim Williams, Chris Wormley, and Maxx Williams. That number will likely shrink to six total players as Maxx Williams is set to be a free agent after this season www.ravensfootballauthentics.com , and given his lack of playing time and snaps, he is unlikely to receive a second contract with the Ravens. It is possible to play ‘Monday Morning GM.’ It is easy to pick out specific players they missed throughout the last seven drafts. Two of the more notable players they passed over are JuJu Smith-Schuster and Myles Jack, but every team in the NFL could go back to any draft and see which key players they passed up on. Despite missing on several impact players, the real concern for Baltimore is their hit percentage. Looking at these 17 players below, how many of them are difference makers? The short answer is not many as most of them did not receive a second contract, and some did not even finish their rookie deals in Baltimore. Day two selections of the NFL Draft since 2012YearRoundPickYearRoundPickThe positive spin is that the Ravens may have finally turned their day two woes around. In the 2018 NFL Draft, Baltimore had two day two selections — both in the third round. They selected a pair Oklahoma Sooners as they drafted offensive tackle Orlando Brown Jr. with the 83rd overall, and three picks later they selected tight end Mark Andrews. Not only have both players started at least three games, but they have made key contributions on the offensive side of the ball. Orlando Brown Jr. stepped in following James Hurst’s back injury and provided stability to a premium position. Pro Football Focus awarded him a grade of 66.0 for this season, which they denote as above average. Brown Jr. has been impressive in pass-protection. Similarly to his tape at Oklahoma, he has allowed very few pressures and sacks. His technique is not perfect, but it has dramatically improved. The biggest takeaway is that he does not allow his matchup to beat him. Brown Jr. is far from a technician or a ‘dancing bear,’ but he executes his assignment.Run-blocking has been a different story. It has been a mixed bag for Brown Jr. On outside zone concepts to the right side, Brown Jr. has struggled to reach the second level, which should have been expected due to his poor athletic scoring at the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine. Contrary to outside running plays, he has been solid on inside zone concepts, trap plays, and the new zone-read looks Baltimore has recently implemented. As for their other 2018 Day two pick, Pro Football Focus has graded Mark Andrews as their highest rookie tight end thus far.Andrews has posted 23 receptions for 263 yards and two touchdowns through 10 games. Coming out of Oklahoma Baltimore Ravens T-Shirt , Andrews was known for his red zone abilities and strong hands. Two of his biggest weaknesses were his route-running and blocking. While his run-blocking has been inconsistent, his route running has greatly improved. Against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 2, Andrews ran an out route against man coverage. The first thing to notice is that he was given a sizable cushion from his defender. As he approached his defender, he did not create an angle that would have helped him create separation. He broke to the outside a couple of steps early, which allowed the defender to read the route and cover it. Instead of giving any shoulder, hips, or head fakes to the inside or upfield, Andrews telegraphed his out route. The Ravens desperately need a tight end that can win their one on one matchups, and Andrews was not that player earlier in the season.Flashing forward to Week 8, Andrews showed a much more refined route running approach. He is running an outside route, but he faked inside with one step and a plant to create separation. He also utilized shoulders, hips, and head fakes to force the defender to open up his hips to defend an inside route, which allowed Andrews to run back outside. Although his run-blocking leaves more to be desired, Andrews undoubtedly contributes in the passing game. He also delivered a fantastic block to set up a touchdown against the Saints.It is entirely too early to tell if the Ravens ‘got it right’ on Day two of the 2018 NFL Draft. However, if the first 10 games are any indication of the future, round three of the 2018 draft will be one to remember for Baltimore.

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